Event Title

Factors Significantly Affecting the Self-Perceived Job Performance by Accountants in the Dutch Caribbean Accountants

Location

Chan Shun Hall Room 209

Start Date

15-6-2022 4:15 PM

End Date

15-6-2022 5:15 PM

Description

The purpose of this research inquired into the influence of self-perceived level of accounting competence that significantly predicts job performance of Dutch Caribbean accountants. The survey captured the developed and perceived importance level of accounting competence among Dutch Caribbean accountants. For the methods, the variables were analyzed to determine the significance level of influence based on the variables. The Correlation analysis model was used to evaluate the significant relationship between accounting competency and job performance. The scope of the research included a qualitative, descriptive and Transversal analysis. The findings of the research are important due to its significant impact to the field of accounting in the Dutch Caribbean islands and established areas of improvement. It served to show the importance of continual education offerings in the region by educational institutions, by way of on the job training opportunities by employers and continual education attainment efforts sought by the individual to ensure that they are abreast of developments in the accountancy field. Consequently, stressing the need for accountants to be competent in the Dutch Caribbean region.

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Jun 15th, 4:15 PM Jun 15th, 5:15 PM

Factors Significantly Affecting the Self-Perceived Job Performance by Accountants in the Dutch Caribbean Accountants

Chan Shun Hall Room 209

The purpose of this research inquired into the influence of self-perceived level of accounting competence that significantly predicts job performance of Dutch Caribbean accountants. The survey captured the developed and perceived importance level of accounting competence among Dutch Caribbean accountants. For the methods, the variables were analyzed to determine the significance level of influence based on the variables. The Correlation analysis model was used to evaluate the significant relationship between accounting competency and job performance. The scope of the research included a qualitative, descriptive and Transversal analysis. The findings of the research are important due to its significant impact to the field of accounting in the Dutch Caribbean islands and established areas of improvement. It served to show the importance of continual education offerings in the region by educational institutions, by way of on the job training opportunities by employers and continual education attainment efforts sought by the individual to ensure that they are abreast of developments in the accountancy field. Consequently, stressing the need for accountants to be competent in the Dutch Caribbean region.